LAVA Mobiles Launches 3G Data Card for Rs.2100

One of the fastest growing Indian mobile manufacturers LAVA Mobiles silently entered in 3G Data Card (USB Stick) market. So after the Micromax, LAVA is going to be 2nd Indian Mobile phone maker that have been added Data Card in their products portfolio.

As of now LAVA mobile Introduces only one data card in the Indian market – LAVA 720G which supports 7.2 mbps HSDPA and 5.76 HSUPA 3G Data Network along with backward capability to GPRS/EDGE as well.

LAVA 720G 3G Data Card is operator independent (Factory Unlocked) device, means anyone can use any operator’s 3G or 2G SIM in it which will undoubtedly help user to choose best according to him/her rather than bound to operator. It can also be used for SMS and Voice calling. And this product has the capability of expandable memory upto 32GB.

LAVA 720G comes with a price tag of Rs.2100 (approximate) in the market which seems really very satisfactory if it compares to other brand like ZTE, Huawei etc. Now it’s the time to see how market will welcome this!

Lets have look on details:

Specification Description
Network 850/900/1800/1900/2100Mhz
HSDPA/HSUPA 7.2mbps/5.76mbps
EDGE/GPRS 237kbps/85.6 kbps
Set Up Plug n Play(Auto Installation)
SMS Yes, Storage upto 3000
Phonebook Yes
Voice Calling & USSD (f) Yes
OS Windows XP SP2 / VISTA sp1/windows 7, Mac OS X 10.5 or higher (only support INTEL platform), For MAC OS: 1.Mac Book, Mac Book Pro, iMac, Mac Pro or Mac mini (Intel CPU), 2.Mac OS X 10.5 or higher, up to 10.6.0
APN Auto management Yes
Expandable memory Yes upto 32GB

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Mosco Cring
March 30, 2015 1:52 pm 1:52 PM

i’m using Lava 3G data card but its not working in Mac yoYosemite 10.10, can any body help me plz?

Mustaq
November 6, 2014 7:21 pm 7:21 PM

Kindly guide me to install lava USB dongle in Mac book pro. Device not deducting in Mac. How to do that pl help

selvaganesh
July 16, 2013 6:22 pm 6:22 PM

is this modem supports linux net runner os.?

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